Welcome to Teaching Tips. This is a new space for teachers where we’ll be posting lots of extra fun and useful teaching ideas for teachers to use in their young learner, high school and young adult classes.

Valentine's Day

Valentinesday

14th of February is a very important date and which children have learned about since they were toddlers. Shops, coffee shops, Tv shows are full of roses, love hearts and kisses, so ...

October 15: Global Hand Washing Day

Bimba _acqua _eli _la _spiga

OBJECTIVES:
To inform children about the importance of using soap.
To encourage our pupils to wash their hands.
To present a poem to help timing hand washing.

STUDENT LINGUISTIC LEVEL: A1

STEPS
In lower level classes – bring in soap. Show the children what it is and tell them it is a bad germ killer, more commonly known as ‘SOAP’.

1) Take a piece of blank paper...

Written by Tracey Sinclair

Back to School

Back _to _school _eli _la _spiga

OBJECTIVES
To revise the language of pencil case items.
To extend pupils’ vocabulary.
To practise the language of instructions.
To practise /or present the language of materials such as metal, plastic, cotton, etc.

STUDENT LINGUISTIC LEVEL: A1 (from the 1st year to the 5th year, see below for extension exercises of 4th and 5th classes)

TIMING: 10 – 15 minutes depending on if you are teaching or testing.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: pencil case, pencils, pens, rubber/eraser, colouring pencils or felt tips, crayons, glue, a pair of scissors, a pencil sharpener, Liquid Paper/White Out, ruler, highlighter.

Written by Tracey Sinclair

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Skiing Types by definition

Skiing Types By Definition

Match the skiing style to its definition on the right

Written by Tracey Sinclair

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Skiing: a brief history and its varieties

Skiing A Brief History And Its Varieties

Let’s hit the slopes this weekend! Yeah, all right, but which type of skiing and what type of snow will we find? Skiing is not just going down a slope as fast as you can. Want to know more? Read on and have a look at the ready-made worksheets.

Written by Tracey Sinclair

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